The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Singh to go softly with retail
The likes of Wal-Mart are likely to be given the message that India will open its doors to foreign direct investment (FDI) in retail. The hints, to be dropped during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s trip to the US this month, may not be open sin ...  | Read.. 
Group insurance rules tightened
The insurance regulator has tightened norms for group insurance schemes and corporate agents to prevent unfair practices by ...  | Read.. 
Wage hike for workers in state-run coal firms
A group of ministers on coal today agreed to give some six lakh workers in state-run coal companies a pay hike, which would ...  | Read.. 
Mukesh calls on finance minister
Reliance Industries chief Mukesh Ambani today met finance minister P. Chidambaram and his team of officials, including the r ...  | Read.. 
End to steel slump in sight
The domestic steel industry, laid low by a recent slump in prices as global supplies outstrip demand, foresees a course reve ...  | Read.. 
Reserve Bank governor Y.V. Reddy today said global economic uncertainties had surpassed earlier estimates, but maintained that the apex bank would sti ...  | Read
Andhra steers VW row to CBI
The Andhra Pradesh government today asked for a CBI inquiry into the controversial investment in Va..  | Read.. 
Infosys arm on a hiring spree
Infosys Consulting plans to hire 1,000 professionals in China and 400 in the US and Europe...  | Read.. 
UTI Bank net profit at Rs 93 cr
UTI Bank has registered a 31 per cent growth in net profit in the first quarter of the current year..  | Read.. 
HDFC Bank earnings up
Private sector HDFC Bank today reported a 31 per cent rise in net profit at Rs 183.50 crore for the..  | Read.. 
Sebi probes share scam
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is probing the alleged share transaction irre..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Palio prices slashed
Tata Coffee
Anil firm
Bhutan aid
NBFC status